TeamViewer

TeamViewer


Pour qui ?

TeamViewer est disponible dans presque tous les pays, dans plus de 30 langues.


Notes moyennes

1 953 avis
  • 4.5 / 5
    Note globale
  • 4.5 / 5
    Facilité d'utilisation
  • 4 / 5
    Service client
  • 4.5 / 5
    Fonctionnalités
  • 4.5 / 5
    Rapport qualité-prix

Informations sur le produit

  • Version gratuite
    Oui
  • Version d'essai gratuite
    Oui
  • Déploiement
    Installation (Mac)
    Cloud, SaaS, web
    Installation (Windows)
    Mobile (iOS natif)
    Mobile (Android natif)
  • Formation
    Formation présentielle
    Formation en ligne en direct
    Documentation
  • Ressources d'aide
    Support en horaire de bureau

Informations sur l'éditeur

  • TeamViewer
  • http://www.teamviewer.com
  • Fondé en 2005

À propos de ce logiciel

TeamViewer connecte n'importe quels PC, serveur ou périphérique sur n'importe quelle plateforme globalement en quelques secondes. Disponible dans plus de 30 langues, TeamViewer est l'un des fournisseurs de logiciels de télécontrôle et de réunion en ligne les plus populaires au monde, couvrant plus d'un milliard d'appareils. Mettre l'accent sur les technologies basées sur le cloud pour permettre un support en ligne, en collaborant en temps réel à travers le monde, avec un portefeuille de produits étendu, incluant ITBrain (anti-malware), Monitis (système de surveillance de site) et Blizz (collaboration en ligne).


TeamViewer - Fonctionnalités

  • Brainstorming
  • Calendriers des groupes
  • Chat et messagerie
  • Conférences audio et vidéo
  • Correction synchrone
  • Forums de discussion
  • Gestion de contenu
  • Gestion de projets
  • Gestion de versions
  • Gestion des contacts
  • Gestion des documents
  • Gestion des tâches
  • Écriture coopérative
  • Enquêtes et feedback
  • Enregistrement de session
  • Outils de diagnostic
  • Partage d'écran
  • Partage des fichiers
  • Transfert de session
  • Accès mobile
  • Conférences vidéo
  • Fichiers audio et vidéo bidirectionnels
  • Main levée électronique
  • Outils de présentation
  • Partage d'écran
  • Possibilité d'enregistrement et de lecture
  • Private Chat
  • Real-Time Chat
  • Streaming de présentation
  • Webdiffusion à la demande
  • Gestion de voyages
  • Gestion des comptes rendus
  • Gestion des invitations
  • Gestion des matériaux
  • Gestion des participants
  • Gestion des votes
  • Gestion du calendrier
  • Outils de compte-rendu de réunion
  • Outils de préparation de réunion
  • Planification
  • Réservation de salle de réunion
  • Réunions de comités
  • Réunions du conseil d'administration
  • Réunions internes
  • Réunions législatives
  • Suivi des tâches

Avis les plus utiles sur TeamViewer

Good Platform for manage and remote your cloud pcs

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5/5
Note globale
5 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
5 / 5
Fonctionnalités
5 / 5
Support client
5 / 5
Rapport qualité-prix

Avantages: It's very easy to manage your cloud pcs using this app. I am using this app from last 5-6 years. I am a home user but easily manage my workstation and remote pc from my location. it's very easy to when you are doing work from home.also it's chat msg and voice are very good.

Inconvénients: no any point which i don't like about this application.

TeamViewer Makes Remote Support Easier On ALL Platforms, Has a Simple Interface, and is Portable, Too

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4/5
Note globale
4 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
4 / 5
Fonctionnalités
4 / 5
Support client
4 / 5
Rapport qualité-prix

Commentaires: TeamViewer is operating system agnostic. I'm grateful it is NOT just for Windows. As a Linux user (as well as a Windows user) one huge benefit for me is that TeamViewer has a native Linux implementation. And they have iOS and Android apps. This means I can provide support remotely from any of my computers and even my phone or tablet. (But I'm not a big fan of doing sensitive work from a phone!) Another benefit is the interface: it is so simple that asking the person who is receiving remote support to do anything in it doesn't freak them out. (A calm end-user makes helping them out a much easier undertaking!) TeamViewer offers "contact management" but it is not a contact manager in the way we usually think of contact management. When it's time to offer support to long-standing clients (or friends or family) it's nice to have their contact details -- as they relate to accessing their computer -- only a few clicks away. I haven't ever had a need to use the collaboration features for groups -- no group meetings or group chats -- so can't speak to how well those are implemented or whether Teamviewer does a better job than other apps designed for those purposes. Overall, TeamViewer is my go-to solution for remote desktop control.

Avantages: At one time, providing computer technical support for business clients, friends and family was the major part of my work life. Over the years I tried numerous so-called "remote control" softwares. Hit or miss, they mostly missed the mark and made working remotely more painful than enjoyable. I wasn't truly satisfied until I encountered TeamViewer. They somehow got it right. These days I spend less time doing remote support for business and more for friends and family. For non-commercial use, TeamViewer is totally free so I use it to help them out when needed. Some features I really like: TeamViewer doesn't get hung when opening larger applications. For example, I've opened Microsoft Word and LibreOffice, both of which are resource-heavy applications, edited documents and spreadsheets, then saved them without any issues. The file manager is not too shabby. I've moved thousands of files from one location to another on the remote computer without hiccups. Regular screen-draws on the other end appear the way they should with decent clarity and in focus. Fonts are very readable (and looking pretty close to what was intended). For purposes of documentation, there are three features I've relied on at different times: the chat messaging function, the ability to record a session especially when trying to figure out what went wrong during a particular process, and viewable log files.

Inconvénients: In my opinion, the "cons" aren't many and the "pros" far outweigh them. Admittedly, TeamViewer is a little slow when doing anything movement intensive. Screen-sharing could use some improvement. And the file manager isn't the prettiest (could definitely use a design overhaul). The biggest complaint I've had about TeamViewer has always been that it is too expensive for a very small business (think microbusiness or solopreneur). At the time I really had a need for it in my one-person firm, I would have gladly paid a monthly fee for access (those lesser softwares offered monthly plans!). So I resorted to using the weaker remote support softwares for commercial endeavors and used TeamViewer for personal friends and family. Shame.